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What's New: On the Left or in Russia?
by Stephen Velychenko | September 27, 2014
All governments face people living beyond their borders, both foreign and native-born, who are either detractors or advocates of its policies. Vladimir Putin's government is no different from any other in this respect. What is odd about the Russian case is that radical leftists are among those who support the Russian ruling class and its decidedly capitalist and imperialist government.
What's New: Transports en commun gratuits?
by Yvan Giguère | September 27, 2014
Malgré la bonne volonté des petits gestes que nous pouvons faire chaque jour pour améliorer l'environnement, il faudra bien que de grands gestes soient aussi faits pour que l'on puisse constater un tant soit peu des changements vérifiables et concluants pour vivre dans un monde moins pollué.
What's New: Cable Guy Tory
by Mike Constable | September 27, 2014
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| September 27, 2014
Despite the ceasefire the crisis in Ukraine is far from resolved. Feyzi Ismail talks to Russian Marxist and dissident Boris Kagarlitsky about the background to the current situation.
What's New: The climate justice call echoes across the globe
by Danny Katch and Nicole Colson | September 26, 2014
Organizers had hoped it would be the largest climate justice demonstration in history. It was definitely that -- and more. People filled Central Park West in New York City from 59th Street past 86th Street for the People's Climate March on September 21 -- a massive crowd estimated to be as large as 300,000, maybe more.
| September 25, 2014
Professor Chris Williams says a solution to the climate crisis requires a restructuring of the global economy, but when the last opportunity to do so came after the 2008-9 financial crisis, world leaders saved the banks instead.
by Roger Annis | September 25, 2014
The website Vineyard Saker has translated and published a 16-page study into the July 17, 2014 crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 that was conducted by the Russian Union of Engineers. The Russian engineers conclude that the flight was brought down by a fighter aircraft operating in the vicinity of the passenger plane and that the only likely candidate for such an attack was an Su-25 or MiG-29 aircraft of the Ukraine armed forces.
by Arun Gupta | September 25, 2014
I've never been to a protest march that advertised in the New York City subway. That spent $220,000 on posters inviting Wall Street bankers to join a march to save the planet, according to one source. That claims you can change world history in an afternoon after walking the dog and eating brunch. Welcome to the People's Climate March.
Take Action for Working People! October 21, 2014
Vancouver mayoral candidate Meena Wong wants to tax empty houses October 20, 2014
Cuba's Impressive Role on Ebola October 20, 2014
Why pension funds go to risky investments October 20, 2014
Homeless build a home in city park October 20, 2014
Ten reasons why bombing Iraq and Syria is no way to defeat ISIS October 20, 2014
Socialists, the 2014 Elections and Beyond October 19, 2014
The Making of Ferguson October 19, 2014
Kids Behind Bars: Israel's Arbitrary Arrests of Palestinian Minors October 19, 2014
I Got Deported from Israel for My Pro-Palestinian Journalism October 19, 2014
Socialists rooted in the struggle October 19, 2014
OCAP Raise the Rates action October 18, 2014
Japan's ruling party under fire over links to far-right extremists October 18, 2014In The News archive:
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"Big Business and the Re-shaping of North America" by Richard Roman, Associate Professor Emeritus, Sociology, University of Toronto.
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